Many of America’s best resorts remain open during the summer months, including one that’s even open for snow skiing.
Flames have charred more than 16,000 acres, an increase from 9,500 acres at the same time on Monday. Containment has dropped from 10 percent to 0 percent due to strong winds.
One of the northern Sierra Nevada’s leading environmental groups is stepping up the fight against Squaw Valley’s proposed expansion, saying its impacts on traffic and mountain scenery threaten to destroy the charm of the ski resort that hosted the 1960 Winter Olympics.
Horses, anyone? The greater Sacramento area has a rich history of horses, riders, and wagons. There are still plenty of places to ride. If you don’t have your own steed, taking lessons or riding with a group from an area ranch works out very well. Time to saddle up.
A Lake Tahoe casino employee has been arrested on suspicion of theft after police said he made off with a bundle of $100 bills totaling $10,000 that had been accidentally dropped by a gambler.
A wet May has pushed Lake Tahoe back up to its natural rim, but the lake will soon start dropping again because of the four-year drought.
The planning took a solid year. The ceremony was everything the bride and groom envisioned. Not only that, the weather was perfect, the food spectacular, and the dancing lasted long into the night. With the bouquet tossed, the gifts collected and everyone smiling, the next thing on the list is the honeymoon.
A former Nevada state senator says a bear continues to damage his home and wants to trap it, but the Bear League learned of his plans, and he claims they harassed him and camped outside his property.
A Las Vegas man will ask a judge for a protective order against bear advocates at Lake Tahoe, saying they harassed him after he initiated efforts to trap a bear that damaged his vacation home.
A pilot water taxi service on Lake Tahoe’s north shore is being grounded after three years in operation due to concerns over ridership and funding.
A brief spring storm delivered a welcome batch of rain to Northern California on Saturday as well as an unexpectedly hearty supply of snow that closed roads in Yosemite National Park and made tire chains a requirement in the mountain passes around Lake Tahoe.
A late season storm blowing in from the north has triggered a winter weather advisory in the Sierra, where several inches of snow is expected at Lake Tahoe Saturday and up to a foot in the upper elevations.